Coca Cola Creates First Ever Drinkable Advertising Campaign

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Coca-Cola Zero is debuted a first-of-its-kind marketing campaign during the NCAA Men’s Final Four in Indianapolis, Indiana. Those who are “open to try” the delicious and refreshing zero-calorie taste of Coke Zero will have numerous avenues to try Coke Zero.

The most literal manifestation of Coke Zero’s drinkable advertising campaign is a 23,000-pound, 26-by-36 foot drinkable billboard located at March Madness Music Festival in White River State Park in Indianapolis. For sports enthusiasts, that means the billboard is about the same height as two-and-a-half basketball hoops or three power forwards. The billboard appears to magically dispense ice-cold Coke Zero from a massive contour bottle through 4,500 feet of straw tubing that spells out “Taste It” before carrying the caramel-colored liquid to a free sampling station on the ground.

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Coke Zero’s drinkable advertising will also come to life in broadcast, print, retail and out-of-home during NCAA Men’s Final Four weekend in support of its status as the Official Fan Refreshment of the NCAA.

“This campaign is based on the simple insight that many people think they know the taste of Coke Zero, but they actually don’t,” said Racquel Mason, Vice President,   Coca-Cola North America. “Drinkable advertising is an innovative approach to removing barriers and making it ridiculously easy for those who are open to try Coke Zero to enjoy it in fun and unique ways.”

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Read more HERE.

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